Updates to NIH Training Grant Applications - Registration Open for June 5, 2024 Webinar
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May 8, 2024

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The NIH Institutional Training Grant Program application is undergoing changes that take effect for submissions due on or after January 25, 2025. Wondering about the implications for your application preparation? If so, make plans to participate in an informative and engaging webinar, hosted by NIH on June 5 at 1:00 p.m. ET.

These upcoming changes will:

  • Move and make the Recruitment Plan to Enhance Diversity a separate attachment within the PHS 398 Research Training Program Plan Form,
  • Update Institutional Training grant data tables to reduce the burden on the research community and promote consistent information collection across training programs,
  • Define mentor training expectations in parent T32 Notices of Funding Opportunity (NOFOs), and
  • Include "Training in the Responsible Conduct of Research" and the "Recruitment Plan to Enhance Diversity" as items that contribute to the overall impact score.

Webinar: Updates to NIH Training Grant Applications

Audience: If you have a role in the application process working with NIH Training grants - whether you’re a research administrator, Principal Investigator, grant writer, etc. - this webinar is for you. 

How to Participate:

  • Visit the NIH Grants Event Page for more information and the registration link.
  • Register for the webinar at any time before or during the event. You will not need to download special software. However, you will need a reliable Internet connection and browser.
  • Submit your questions during the registration process. Some will be used to help develop the presentation, while others will be answered during the Q&A.

Related Resource:
Updates to Training Grant Applications page

Event Resources:
The following will be available on this webinar’s NIH Grants Event Page:

  • Presentation slide deck: Posted 24 hours in advance of the webinar.
  • Video recording, transcript, and final presentation slide deck will be available approximately 7-10 business days after the event concludes.

Reasonable Accommodations: 
This webinar will be closed-captioned and include an American Sign Language (ASL) interpreter. Requests for reasonable accommodations should be submitted at least five days before the event to NIHGrantsEvents@nih.gov. 


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